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Re: Wall Shaking and Window Rattling ogasmic Responses
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Re: Wall Shaking and Window Rattling ogasmic Responses

There are 5 natural erogenous zones in the genital region of a woman that I believe are very important for a heterosexual man to know about. The clitoris, the sacred spot (aka the G spot), the Kali spot, the anal sphincter, and the cervix. If you've ever had a clitoral ogasm, it is very tempting and easy to favor the clitoris and ignore the other spots. But learning to include them can intensify a clitoral ogasm if you know how to touch someone intuitively and sensitively without rushing and becoming goal driven to pursue a clitoral ogasm.

The cervix is the key to a mutual simultaneous ogasm and it causes the amrita to flow. The sacred spot is just past the urethra. Rubbing it gently makes you feel like you need to pee. Some women like that sensation a lot and some women don't. The Kali spot is my favorite. It is opposite the G/sacred spot. If you are massaging the sacred spot, just rotate your finger 180 degrees and it will be touching the Kali spot. It is the equivalent of a prostate gland in a woman. It is where the prostate glad would be located if a woman had one.

Rubbing on the Kali spot will move the anal sphincter from the inside of the vagina. Massaging the Kali spot wakes up the nerves in the anal sphincter. If you have a partner who enjoys Kali Spot massage, inserting a finger very gently anally will likely please her even more. If she can relax and trust you, you can create sexual ecstasy that is way beyond clitoral pleasure by inserting a finger in the anal sphincter.

It requires the utmost in sensitivity to earn someone's trust who has never allowed it before. You must be very intuitive, gentle and refrain from causing any pain in order to continue. There is a very fine line between pain and pleasure in all of the erogenous zones. The clitoris is the most sensitive. The anal sphincter is second.

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